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    Look at the numbers for that game...

    Total Yards: JETS 363 Mia 236
    First Downs: JETS 22 Mia 14
    Passing Yards: JETS 258 Mia 139
    Rushing Yards: JETS 105 Mia 97
    Time of Possession: JETS 31:13 Mia 28:47

    Final Score: MIA 30 Jets 9

    If you told me that we would hold them to 139 yards passing and less than 100 yards rushing I would have signed up for that any day. Never would have thought wed get blown out though. Amazing how huge a difference special teams can be. I cant remember the last time we outplayed the other team on both offense and defense yet lost the game so badly....

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    Well in Miami's defense, how many of the yards came after the game was over and Miami went into a softer coverage, and gave up yardage for time?

    When the game was still in doubt for the first 3 quarters, what were the stats?

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    YOU HAVE TO SCORE POINTS, THEY ARE THE ONLY FIN NUMBERS THAT MATTER, and more 6's than 3's.

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    I cant remember the last time we outplayed the other team on both offense and defense yet lost the game so badly
    We didnt outplay them on either side of the ball. When you are up 25 points playing a pathetic team, you run and punt it. All of the Jets yards were garbage time yards. Get a clue.

    The dolphins were toying with us. They didnt even have to run an offense.

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    Its called GARBAGE TIME.

    THAT is why you cannot just look at the boxscore. The opponent AND the circumstances matter.

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    LOL

    We racked up yardage after the game was 27-3. Are you kidding me? Special teams put us in a hole early, but Sanchez couldn't do anything when it was still a game. Everything was a struggle, and he was absolutely horrendous in the red zone.

    As bad as it was, if we had just average play from the QB position, we could have won the game.

    I'll be selling my seats for what I can get as long as Sanchez is still the QB. I'm not going to witness this garbage live anymore.

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    Yep, the Drive Chart says it all:


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    START	QTR	POSS.	YARD	PLAYS	YARDS	RESULT
    09:25	1	01:23	NYJ 20	3	4	Punt
    06:28	1	02:29	NYJ 10	6	10	Blocked Punt
    03:59	1	02:15	NYJ 24	4	8	Fumble
    14:08	2	01:20	NYJ 29	3	9	Punt
    10:37	2	01:12	NYJ 20	3	-3	Punt
    06:59	2	01:59	NYJ 20	3	-1	Punt
    02:43	2	02:00	NYJ 13	9	70	Missed FG
    15:00	3	03:07	NYJ 46	8	34	Field Goal
    08:46	3	01:26	NYJ 12	4	41	Punt
    05:37	3	01:52	MIA 32	5	17	Intercepted Pass
    02:24	3	02:12	NYJ 12	7	19	Punt
    12:59	4	05:39	NYJ 6	13	94	Touchdown
    04:30	4	03:25	NYJ 20	13	61	Downs

    With just under 3 minutes left in the 2nd quarter, we finally started a drive that yielded more than 10 yards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Its called GARBAGE TIME.

    THAT is why you cannot just look at the boxscore. The opponent AND the circumstances matter.
    It is also fuel that the Sanchez lovers will use in future weeks to argue that he was not all that bad and that this loss is 100% on <insert laundry list of tired Sanchez excuses here>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demosthenes9 View Post
    Yep, the Drive Chart says it all:


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    START	QTR	POSS.	YARD	PLAYS	YARDS	RESULT
    09:25	1	01:23	NYJ 20	3	4	Punt
    06:28	1	02:29	NYJ 10	6	10	Blocked Punt
    03:59	1	02:15	NYJ 24	4	8	Fumble
    14:08	2	01:20	NYJ 29	3	9	Punt
    10:37	2	01:12	NYJ 20	3	-3	Punt
    06:59	2	01:59	NYJ 20	3	-1	Punt
    02:43	2	02:00	NYJ 13	9	70	Missed FG
    15:00	3	03:07	NYJ 46	8	34	Field Goal
    08:46	3	01:26	NYJ 12	4	41	Punt
    05:37	3	01:52	MIA 32	5	17	Intercepted Pass
    02:24	3	02:12	NYJ 12	7	19	Punt
    12:59	4	05:39	NYJ 6	13	94	Touchdown
    04:30	4	03:25	NYJ 20	13	61	Downs

    With just under 3 minutes left in the 2nd quarter, we finally started a drive that yielded more than 10 yards.
    Yup, 155 of the Jets 363 total yards came in the 4th quarter.

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    this seems to happen too much to this team. something is fundamentally wrong. sanchez made too many mistakes. red zone interception was just stupid and it wasn't the only pass that he threw off his back foot. his accuracy was really poor. too many passes were where the receivers couldn't reach them. and special teams screwed up big time twice with the blocked punt and the oneside kick.

    the jets certainly lost this game and they are capable of being a much better team but they have got to stop making mistakes.

    Quote Originally Posted by MadCroatian View Post
    Total Yards: JETS 363 Mia 236
    First Downs: JETS 22 Mia 14
    Passing Yards: JETS 258 Mia 139
    Rushing Yards: JETS 105 Mia 97
    Time of Possession: JETS 31:13 Mia 28:47

    Final Score: MIA 30 Jets 9

    If you told me that we would hold them to 139 yards passing and less than 100 yards rushing I would have signed up for that any day. Never would have thought wed get blown out though. Amazing how huge a difference special teams can be. I cant remember the last time we outplayed the other team on both offense and defense yet lost the game so badly....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetstream23 View Post
    Yup, 155 of the Jets 363 total yards came in the 4th quarter.
    Yep. The really damning stat is that up until 02:43 left in the 2nd quarter, we had 6 drives, consisting of 22 plays for a net of 27 yards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EM31 View Post
    It is also fuel that the Sanchez lovers will use in future weeks to argue that he was not all that bad and that this loss is 100% on <insert laundry list of tired Sanchez excuses here>
    Same for the Pitt AFCCG. Boxscore looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Same for the Pitt AFCCG. Boxscore looks great.
    Not really a good comparison since the jets had a chance to win that game. It was more of a great comeback than garbage time stat-padding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demosthenes9 View Post
    Yep, the Drive Chart says it all:


    Code:
    START	QTR	POSS.	YARD	PLAYS	YARDS	RESULT
    09:25	1	01:23	NYJ 20	3	4	Punt
    06:28	1	02:29	NYJ 10	6	10	Blocked Punt
    03:59	1	02:15	NYJ 24	4	8	Fumble
    14:08	2	01:20	NYJ 29	3	9	Punt
    10:37	2	01:12	NYJ 20	3	-3	Punt
    06:59	2	01:59	NYJ 20	3	-1	Punt
    02:43	2	02:00	NYJ 13	9	70	Missed FG
    15:00	3	03:07	NYJ 46	8	34	Field Goal
    08:46	3	01:26	NYJ 12	4	41	Punt
    05:37	3	01:52	MIA 32	5	17	Intercepted Pass
    02:24	3	02:12	NYJ 12	7	19	Punt
    12:59	4	05:39	NYJ 6	13	94	Touchdown
    04:30	4	03:25	NYJ 20	13	61	Downs

    With just under 3 minutes left in the 2nd quarter, we finally started a drive that yielded more than 10 yards.
    In the first 3 quarters: 11 drives; 208 yards; 7 Punt (attempts); 2 FG attempts; 1 Int; and 1 fumble.

    In those first 3 quarters with the ball in the Jets possession, the fins outscored the Jets 7-3.

    How in the world could the OP conclude:
    we outplayed the other team on both offense and defense yet lost the game so badly

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadCroatian View Post
    Total Yards: JETS 363 Mia 236
    First Downs: JETS 22 Mia 14
    Passing Yards: JETS 258 Mia 139
    Rushing Yards: JETS 105 Mia 97
    Time of Possession: JETS 31:13 Mia 28:47

    Final Score: MIA 30 Jets 9

    If you told me that we would hold them to 139 yards passing and less than 100 yards rushing I would have signed up for that any day. Never would have thought wed get blown out though. Amazing how huge a difference special teams can be. I cant remember the last time we outplayed the other team on both offense and defense yet lost the game so badly....
    Stats often lie. IN this case its a bold faced lie.

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    When you go up big, you give up the middle of the field and the run. You want to keep the clock moving to shorten the game so you cover ouside the numbers and turn everything back to the middle of the field. A run or a catch keeps the clock running.

    A telling sign of that is the fact that the Jets have more offense and close to the same time of possession. Miami was willing to let the Jets make ground 4 or 5 yards at a time as long as it kept the clock moving.
    Last edited by CleatMarks; 10-31-2012 at 10:28 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadCroatian View Post
    Total Yards: JETS 363 Mia 236
    First Downs: JETS 22 Mia 14
    Passing Yards: JETS 258 Mia 139
    Rushing Yards: JETS 105 Mia 97
    Time of Possession: JETS 31:13 Mia 28:47

    Final Score: MIA 30 Jets 9

    If you told me that we would hold them to 139 yards passing and less than 100 yards rushing I would have signed up for that any day. Never would have thought wed get blown out though. Amazing how huge a difference special teams can be. I cant remember the last time we outplayed the other team on both offense and defense yet lost the game so badly....
    It was similar to jets home loss to the fins in 2010 I think. Their offense totally sucked but Ginn had TWO KO ret for TDs and Jason taylor returned a fumble for TD. still disgusts me just to think about it.

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